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"At night you sit down and you think, 'Will I ever get a job?'"

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‘What Am I Doing With My Life?’ College Students on How They’re Coping in the Pandemic

Online learning and uncertainty about the future has taken a mental toll on college students.

It’s been a year and a half that’s flipped life upside down for most of us. For students in the decisive stages of their careers, the uncertainty and anxiety around their future has made it even more difficult to get through the pandemic.

From lack of physical interaction with peers and professors to challenges in completing assignments, it has all taken a mental toll on college students.  Allen David James, a student of Symbiosis Centre for Media and Communication, Puja Bose, a final year student at Jadavpur University and Prateek Chauhan, a Master’s student from University of Hyderabad, share their expectations vs. reality of college life and how they’ve been coping with online learning in the pandemic.

 

 

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‘What Am I Doing With My Life?’ College Students on How They’re Coping in the Pandemic